Rough material #2
Created by: Tony Schwartz (Editor (Sound))
Part of: Tony Schwartz Collection
RXF 4306: On colds (Tony Schwartz, narrator and interviewer ; various men and women, interviewees) (0:00) -- Fire in buidling (Tony Schwartz, narrator and interviewer ; various unidentified men and women, interviewees) (3:17) -- Music boxes (Tony Schwartz, narrator and interviewer ; various unidentified men, speakers) (10:20) -- Barnyard sounds at the Coliseum pet show (Gene Fallon, speaker ; Tony Schwartz, speaker) (17:27) -- Solution to the problem of high-fi: low-fi (Gene Fallon, speaker ; Tony Schwartz, interviewer ; unidentified man, interviewee) (37:26). "Material for Gene Fallon. 1. On colds: folk art remedies not medical remedies. a) Lump of sugar soaked with kerosene, b) whiskey & black pepper, c) 12 oranges, nutmeg plaster, 8 oranges. 3:07 2. Fire in building 6:75 3. Music Boxes 7:03 4. Barnyard sounds at the Coliseum pet show: rooster, geese, dove, talking birds, ponies, bear, alley cat, city dog. Story of Tina. a) pet shop products, b) naming her, c) housebreaking her, d) comments about tail clipping, e) overcoming problems (ASPCA school for the owner, not the pet), f) grooming, g) Tina's false pregnancy. Conclusion: They (dogs) are not human, but they make us more human. 19:53 5. Solution to the problem of high-fi: low-fi (with a 1915 Edison phonograph). 5:53"--Accompanying collection documentation.
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